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ColdMiser

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Posted: Feb 27, 2024 - 7:49am

 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:

I would like to hear what your late wife was interested in also.

A nice tribute to her?

I may throw some of her favorites on a Mini Miser Mix sometime in the future. 


KurtfromLaQuinta

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Gender: Male


Posted: Feb 25, 2024 - 7:04pm

 ColdMiser wrote:

Thanks for letting your wife loose on this mix.

1.  I Summon You. Spoon: One of the few Spoon songs I really like.
2.  Australia. The Shins: I love the Shins. There’s only a few of their songs I wouldn’t give an 8 or higher. They are in my playlist featured prominently.

3. Mr. Blue Sky. Weezer: A big fan of Weezer here. A very close cover of this song. I’ve had the pleasure of hearing Jeff Lynne performing this at the Hollywood Bowl. Full orchestra/ choir   backup. That was unbelievable.
4. Beautiful Dawn. The Wailin’ Jennys: Down to earth song. Really nice.
5. Sometime I. Rising Appalachia: Nice Mountain Music... some more. New to me.
6. The Lament... The Oh Hellos: Nice flow of these last three songs. Very nice. Another new to me band. A character from Chronicles of Narnia. Who knew?
7. Never Going Back Again. Fleetwood Mac: Love this one. I am always amazed at Lindsey Buckingham’s guitar work.
8. I Am Not Who I Was. Chance Pena: Not familiar with Chance. He sure sounds mature for a young man.
9. Lake Michigan. Rouge Wave: I really like Rogue Wave. Another band featured many times in my playlist. Hey. I’ve even swam in Lake Michigan.

10. Chicago. Sufjan Stevens: llinoise! I love this track and album. What a great story put to song.
11. Love Like Ghost. Lord Huron: Not to sound like I’m on copy and paste here... Another band I have many songs on my playlist.
12. Stay (I Missed You). Lisa Loeb: I guess I could say Lisa is one of my guilty pleasures. Nice one.
13. Out Loud. Dispatch: Bare bones well done. Never heard of these guys before.
14. Mystery Angel. Xavier Rudd: I’ve only heard his “hits” here on Paradise. Seems he likes to incorporate sounds of the jungle into his songs. This is really nice.
15. The Story I Heard. Blind Pilot: I’ve heard some of their songs before. Another enjoyable cut.
16. Where We Come From. Phillip Phillips: I starting liking this when the chorus kicked in and the jangly bridge started. Most excellent.
17. True Or False. Bishop Allen: Catchy!
18. One Way Out of Hole. Cloud Cult: Cut and paste... Another band featured in my playlist. Good song.
19. Fool in the Rain. Led Zeppelin: These guys are like the Stones to me. I particularly don’t care for their “rockers/ blues numbers”. But ones like this make me happy.

Seems Ms. Miser and I have the same interest in music.
Good job on her part.
And thanks for translating her taste in music for all of us to enjoy.

I would like to hear what your late wife was interested in also.
A nice tribute to her?


















































































Lazy8

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Location: The Gallatin Valley of Montana
Gender: Male


Posted: Feb 23, 2024 - 11:17pm

 ColdMiser wrote:



For the longest time my wife, Jill, has been asking me to use some of her favorite songs on one of my mixes. She helps me out with the artwork each round but wanted to contribute more.  I
offered to have her put 3 tunes in on one of my Mini-Miser mixes but that wasn't moving the needle for her. I tinkered with the idea of using half the mix with her tunes and the other half the favorites of my late wife. That idea didn't move the needle either. So at last I acquiesced and let her have the whole shebang.  So here you have it, the very first Spouse mix in RPMCC history. Hope you enjoyed it!

You should let her drive again, this was a treat! Or better yet invite her to the rotation regular-like.

This whole disc was like a dish of comfort food; even the songs that were new to me felt familiar. Some bands and songs new to me, some familiar, but nothing I didn't like. Nothing wrong with just putting together a pile of songs you like, but did she have a theme she was working with?

Particular favorites:

I'll always listen to a Wailin' Jennys or Sufjan Stevens tune no matter how many times I've heard it. I went to high school in the '70s so I heard more than my share of Fleetwood Mac's Rumors, but I have enough distance now to recognize that it was so popular because it was so good. And she picked a terrific choice from that album.

Don't know Weezer but their very faithful cover of Mr. Blue Sky captures the joyous nature of the song. It never fails to cheer me up. Always liked Lisa Loeb, and this might be the prod I need to get to know her better. I like how much she reminds me of Alanis Morrisette.

Rising Appalachia - Feels like I should know these ladies. Thanks for the intro!

Rogue Wave stood out as a more-percussiony crunchy nugget in this dish. Nice contrast, nice tune.

Don't know Xavier Rudd, but I think I should. Lovely.

Bishop-Allen - Also new to me, wouldn't mind hearing a bit more.

Cloud Cult - Another overdue introduction. Liked this a lot.

Ironically my first listen to this was sorting out a huge pile of discs my wife insisted needed organizing. Filled two boxes with mix discs from the many years of MCC, and reflected on some memebers who are no longer in the game: the late RMGman, SirDroseph, a couple of overseas mixers, and some who just sort of wandered off. There's definitely room for another; give it a thought, MrsMiser!
miamizsun

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Gender: Male


Posted: Feb 22, 2024 - 5:17am

 ColdMiser wrote:



For the longest time my wife, Jill, has been asking me to use some of her favorite songs on one of my mixes. She helps me out with the artwork each round but wanted to contribute more.  I
offered to have her put 3 tunes in on one of my Mini-Miser mixes but that wasn't moving the needle for her. I tinkered with the idea of using half the mix with her tunes and the other half the favorites of my late wife. That idea didn't move the needle either. So at last I acquiesced and let her have the whole shebang.  So here you have it, the very first Spouse mix in RPMCC history. Hope you enjoyed it!



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ColdMiser

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Posted: Feb 21, 2024 - 4:52pm




For the longest time my wife, Jill, has been asking me to use some of her favorite songs on one of my mixes. She helps me out with the artwork each round but wanted to contribute more.  I
offered to have her put 3 tunes in on one of my Mini-Miser mixes but that wasn't moving the needle for her. I tinkered with the idea of using half the mix with her tunes and the other half the favorites of my late wife. That idea didn't move the needle either. So at last I acquiesced and let her have the whole shebang.  So here you have it, the very first Spouse mix in RPMCC history. Hope you enjoyed it!

ColdMiser

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Posted: Feb 21, 2024 - 7:23am

 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:

Mr. Miser... post your playlist so we can pick and chew.
Kurt is poking and prodding because he has this month. And he's trying not to procrastinate.  



Funny my wife just said the same thing this morning. I'll get it done tonight for sure. 

KurtfromLaQuinta

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Posted: Feb 20, 2024 - 3:48pm

Mr. Miser... post your playlist so we can pick and chew.
Kurt is poking and prodding because he has this month. And he's trying not to procrastinate.  


Lazy8

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Posted: Feb 5, 2024 - 7:25pm

Spinning!
KurtfromLaQuinta

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Posted: Feb 3, 2024 - 12:50pm

 miamizsun wrote:
a better half disc has arrived
i suspect it will be a fantastic listen
am i close?

I've got mine!


miamizsun

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Posted: Feb 2, 2024 - 12:57pm

a better half disc has arrived
i suspect it will be a fantastic listen
am i close?
KurtfromLaQuinta

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Gender: Male


Posted: Jan 31, 2024 - 10:09am

 lily34 wrote:



  the name of their child originally was chastity. i imagine you're just teasing me. 







lily34

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Posted: Jan 31, 2024 - 10:08am

 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:

Sonny and Cher were chaste?







  the name of their child originally was chastity. i imagine you're just teasing me. 
KurtfromLaQuinta

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Posted: Jan 31, 2024 - 10:07am

 lily34 wrote:



 if you think 55 is a youngster...ok! i'll take it. i used to think i should have been born a couple decades earlier so to have experienced the 1966-1979 years as a young adult. oh, well.
and thank you!


When you get to my age... almost everybody is younger.

I just don't act like it.

KurtfromLaQuinta

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Posted: Jan 31, 2024 - 10:06am

 lily34 wrote:


 i was the same age as their chastity at the time.

Sonny and Cher were chaste?




lily34

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Posted: Jan 31, 2024 - 5:13am

 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
Well, I found out one thing... your a youngster!
Nice list.
A lot of those songs are on my list.
Except being around a lot longer... my list is quite a bit huge- r.

I'm already planing my influenced disc after my February contractual commitment.





 if you think 55 is a youngster...ok! i'll take it. i used to think i should have been born a couple decades earlier so to have experienced the 1966-1979 years as a young adult. oh, well.
and thank you!


lily34

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Posted: Jan 31, 2024 - 5:13am

 ColdMiser wrote:

Great list! I like the difference between your mom's and dad's taste. Sounds like he was a rocker! 



thanks! mom loved all the dave clark 5, peter paul and mary, new christie minstrels stuff, and dad kinda liked the rocking stuff (stole all of my stones tapes/cds when i was in middle/high school to play in his car on the way to work or golf trips) you'd never have known he was a rocker to look at him. extremely conservative, corporate, preppy, golf maniac. but, man did he love some early zz top and ted-nugent's great white buffalo...miss him.
my very first concert in the very early 70s was when my mom and dad took me to see sonny and cher. i may have been 5 or younger, but i remember it well. i was the same age as their chastity at the time.
KurtfromLaQuinta

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Posted: Jan 30, 2024 - 9:21pm

 lily34 wrote:


i love this idea. being a lurker, i came up with a few for a song list. 

some standing out since i was a very little girl listening to AM radio when i was supposed to be napping:
the wings - uncle albert/admiral halsey
chaka khan - tell me something good
stevie wonder - boogie on reggae woman

mom's influence:
cher - half breed
otis redding - dock of the bay
the 5th dimension - stoned soul picnic

dad's influence due to his hi-fi and albums:
joe walsh - so what
zz top - first album
sly & the family stone - dance to the music

then later on (high school/college):
genesis - (anything but mostly ->) 3 sides live
steely dan - (almost anything up through gaucho, but most definitely the aja album)
rolling stones -  beggars banquet - specifically stray cat blues
led zeppelin - physical graffiti - specifically sick again
t-rex - electric warrior
squeeze - 45s and under
B-52s - the B-52s
violent femmes - violent femmes
the replacements - tim

still later (dropping out of college):
soundgarden - louder than live and badmotorfinger
black crowes - the southern harmony and musical companion

and much later:
starsailor - love is here
elbow - seldom seen kid
QOTSA - songs for the deaf
spoon - ga ga ga ga ga, lucifer on the sofa
big thief - masterpiece
black pumas - black pumas
devon gilfillian - black hole rainbow

that was fun.

Well, I found out one thing... your a youngster!
Nice list.
A lot of those songs are on my list.
Except being around a lot longer... my list is quite a bit huge- r.

I'm already planing my influenced disc after my February contractual commitment.


ColdMiser

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Location: On the Trail
Gender: Male


Posted: Jan 30, 2024 - 2:01pm

 lily34 wrote:


i love this idea. being a lurker, i came up with a few for a song list. 

some standing out since i was a very little girl listening to AM radio when i was supposed to be napping:
the wings - uncle albert/admiral halsey
chaka khan - tell me something good
stevie wonder - boogie on reggae woman

mom's influence:
cher - half breed
otis redding - dock of the bay
the 5th dimension - stoned soul picnic

dad's influence due to his hi-fi and albums:
joe walsh - so what
zz top - first album
sly & the family stone - dance to the music

then later on (high school/college):
genesis - (anything but mostly ->) 3 sides live
steely dan - (almost anything up through gaucho, but most definitely the aja album)
rolling stones -  beggars banquet - specifically stray cat blues
led zeppelin - physical graffiti - specifically sick again
t-rex - electric warrior
squeeze - 45s and under
B-52s - the B-52s
violent femmes - violent femmes
the replacements - tim

still later (dropping out of college):
soundgarden - louder than live and badmotorfinger
black crowes - the southern harmony and musical companion

and much later:
starsailor - love is here
elbow - seldom seen kid
QOTSA - songs for the deaf
spoon - ga ga ga ga ga, lucifer on the sofa
big thief - masterpiece
black pumas - black pumas
devon gilfillian - black hole rainbow

that was fun.


Great list! I like the difference between your mom's and dad's taste. Sounds like he was a rocker! 

lily34

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Posted: Jan 30, 2024 - 5:56am

 Steely_D wrote:


That was fun. Great list!


thanks - i had fun. i didn't really follow directions since i mostly gave albums instead of specific songs (except in a couple instances) because it would be too hard to pick just one song.
Steely_D

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Posted: Jan 30, 2024 - 5:49am

 lily34 wrote:


i love this idea. being a lurker, i came up with a few for a song list. 

that was fun.



That was fun. Great list!
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